As students and faculty have moved to virtual classes, questions arise as to how to continue to encourage student civic education and engagement when students are unable to participate in person either on campus or in their broader communities. To …Read More
Senator Bernie Sanders withdrew his candidacy for the Democratic Presidential nomination this week, making former Vice President Joe Biden the presumptive party nominee to face President Trump this fall. Are the primaries over, then?
Not even close. Here in Kansas, …Read More
By the time that Wisconsinites cast our ballots in the presidential preference primary, we will have already voted in two primaries—and we have a couple more coming up later in the spring. Studies have indicated that the …Read More
As the 2020 presidential election approaches, Americans are feeling a wide range of emotions. An Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research Poll conducted in January of 2020 found that 66% of Democrats are anxious about the presidential election, 43% …Read More
Wyoming is the nation’s least populous state and has a long history of voting for Republicans in presidential elections. As a result, presidential candidates rarely campaign in the state during the autumn months preceding the November election. The nomination process …Read More
As the coronavirus has resulted in a national public health emergency, states are postponing their primaries to lessen contact among individuals in the hope of lessening the spread of the virus—Maryland among them. The Old-line state has shifted its primary …Read More